Hooking the cameras up (power included) is as simple as connecting a computer cable. They’re the kind now installed at Skyline School where Kyron Horman vanished June 4. Thursday marked his 8th birthday.
For the first time, Portland Public Schools Superintendent Carole Smith required all schools in the district to use the auto-attendance dialing system that was not in use at Skyline School when Kyron Horman disappeared.
"We have developed a lot of information which has to be processed thoroughly, and I am not in a position to divulge any specifics of our investigative plan at this time," Sheriff Dan Staton said in a statement.
Portland Schools Superintendent Carol Smith spoke publicly for the first time since Kyron Horman's Friday disappearance at a press conference Sunday, saying "we're hoping for his safe return." The tipline number is (503)-916-3931.